April 24, 2015

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Angel Hair with Sosu Arrabbiata

Although easy and quick to make, pasta with plain tomato sauce can be a bit monotonous and boring – but it’s nothing a little Sosu can’t fix.  A hint of Barrel-Aged Sriracha will brighten up your plain red pasta sauce, transforming it into a sensational arrabiata sauce (a spicy version to the common marinara, red tomato sauce), provoking rustic flavors that will leave your guests asking for seconds.  Our Angel Hair with Sosu Arrabbiata Sauce may be quite simple to make (as well as vegetarian and vegan friendly), but the perfect amount of Sosu makes this dish simply extraordinary.

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April 17, 2015

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“Ono” Sosu Shoyu Poke Bowls

Poke, a traditional Hawaiian appetizer, also known as a "pupu" in the Hawaiian dialect, is famous for making an appearance in luaus or is commonly eaten with friends while drinking a beer.  Poke consists of raw fish deliciously marinated or mixed in a variety of sauces that many locals also enjoy eating over rice – a poke bowl.  A bit of Sosu Barrel Aged Sriracha can add the perfect amount of smoky, “barrel-aged” heat to the famous shoyu poke, to make it totally ono – or “delicious” in Hawaiian. So whether you find yourself at a potluck, watching a football game, or just “cruising” with your friends, grab your chopsticks and your favorite craft beer and enjoy a bite of Hawaiian flavor with the “Ono” Sosu Shoyu Poke Bowl recipe. 

 

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April 14, 2015

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The Ultimate Breakfast Sandwich

In Hawaii, sweet rolls, spam and eggs are quintessential ingredients to a mighty delicious breakfast. The contrast of sweet Hawaiian rolls with the saltiness of spam makes this the ultimate breakfast sandwich! We kicked up this sandwich with our Barrel-Aged Sriracha and creamy mayonnaise. Be prepared to have a just as awesome day ahead! 

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October 07, 2014

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Lime Chili Wings

 

Inspired by classic Thai flavors, chicken wings are marinated in lime juice and Srirachup, baked, and coated with an easy glaze that combines sweet, spicy, sour, and savory. 

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June 17, 2014

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Bacon Ketchup Fried Rice

What do you do with leftover rice? You make fried rice! To achieve the nice texture of "fried" rice, the secret is using at least a day old rice. 

This ketchup fried rice recipe is an inspiration from when I was living in Hong Kong as a student. When you are tight on budget and want to eat something good, ketchup fried rice was the answer. We added a "western" ingredient - bacon to the mix to kick things up a little. If you like to keep it classic, use Chinese sausages. Full Recipe -->

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June 12, 2014

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Spicy Srirachup "Sprouted" Pecans

This recipe comes from a good friend, Karen Diggs, a nutritionist and a teacher. She introduced me to the world of "sprouted nuts." What is sprouted nuts you might ask? Sprouted nuts are nuts that have been soaked. Because nuts contain phytic acid and enzyme inhibitors that can pull minerals from your body and cause bad digestion.  Soaking nuts, and other seeds with a little salt or lemon greatly improves digestibility, taste, and “unlocks” the nutrients in nuts so that we can benefit from them. Full Recipe --> 

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May 21, 2014

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Srirachup Guacamole

I always believe the best tasting dishes are also the simplest. So when I got an email from one of our Sosu fans for a simple Guacamole with Srirachup, I was intrigued to try it. Thanks Kirby Werner for this recipe. I added a few of my own touches, so enjoy! I promise it's simple and amazing! Full Recipe -->

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May 21, 2014

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Srirachup Jucy Lucy with Japanese Pickled Daikons

Whenever I am in Minneapolis, I always get the Jucy Lucy. What is it? It's a cheese burger with cheese stuffed inside the patty.  So when you bite into it, you get a burst of cheesiness inside. They named it Jucy Lucy for a reason! So for Memorial Day Weekend, we were inspired to make our version of the Juicy Lucy and spiced it up with Srirachup! READ MORE -->

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December 18, 2013

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Chinese-style Tomato and Eggs (番茄雞蛋)

I like winter because of the festivities but also it means lots of time to gather with the family and eat lots of good food. But as a ketchup maker, winter is one of my most dreadful seasons of the year because there are no sun-ripened tomatoes. Yes, you can get tomatoes year-round nowadays at Trader Joe's, but they don't taste good or even compare. Thank goodness we have Srirachup, right? READ MORE -->

 

 

 

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December 05, 2013

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The Sun Family Ketchup-Curry Cauliflower Recipe

To be honest, I am not a big vegetable eater. Although, I do love cauliflower for some reason. I stumbled upon cauliflower at Berkeley Bowl yesterday and decided to get it to make my fiancee's family ketchup-curry cauliflower dish. Before I tasted this dish at a family outing, I never thought a vegetable dish could taste as good and as flavorful as a meat dish. But this does it all. It is not only flavorful but is much healthier. Our Classic ketchup is a great base for this dish, one additional secret ingredient is curry paste. The one I use is the vegetarian yellow curry paste from Mae Ploy. The turmeric and lemongrass adds so much flavor, it will automatically take you to Thailand!


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